The brand new Zaxcom ERX3TCD Encrypted IFB bodypacks receive high quality digital audio, timecode and metadata from a Zaxcom IFB transmitter. They have an LCD display for showing timecode and current Scene and Take metadata in realtime with a hold button for script supervisors.
These new second generation IFB receivers are made from a more durable nylon composite housing and have a collar around the volume knob to increase durability. There are also holes for an optional belt clip.
The ERX3TCD has a built-in timecode reader/generator and output to continuously jam digital slates ensuring no timecode drift between Deva/Fusion and the slate. The timecode will stay accurate even in the case of an extended RF dropout. It will also communicate the Scene and Take metadata to ZaxNet compatible digital slates for display when the clapper is activated.
The Zaxcom ERX3TCD also has the ability to delay the received audio signal by up to 300ms or 10 video frames. This is used to provide a personal audio delay to match the viewing of your scene on different monitors or cameras that can have different video delays due to video signal processing. When used with ZaxNet the delay can be set differently between live recording and playback modes.
They both contain a 1 kHz notch filter to eliminate the transmission of tone that is sometimes sent from the mixing console. The notch filter frequency is adjustable and using the notch filter won’t affect the quality of the IFB audio.
The ERX’s are compatible with ZaxNet or individually with the IFB100 2.4 GHz transmitter, the QIFB portion of the QRX100 receiver or the IFB transmitter built into the Nomad 6, 8 or 12.